An officer from Surrey's road unit battled to save the girl until paramedics arrived.
They were last seen at their home address of Tooting Grove.
Three suspected members of the travelling community who were part of last summer’s illegal encampment on Tooting Common have been fined.
A car smashed into a beauty salon in south London this morning, ending up wedged in the front window. Police found the car in Mitcham Road in Tooting early this morning, but the driver had fled the scene.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, the owner of Chantal Beauty Clinic said:
– Beauty salon owner
Somebody drove a car into the shop, it has damaged everything. I’m in a bad situation right now.
Police are investigating if the car was stolen.
Speaking the Evening Standard, Solicitor Heather Atkins, says she is still coming to terms with the attack on her 10-year-old pet dog:
The next thing I knew he snatched Caro, bit into his neck and shook him from side to side.
It was probably no more than a second or two, but Caro went up in the area and dropped onto the ground. He died immediately.
Caro had no chance once the other dog had him by the neck. The vet said his heart stopped immediately.
The woman who owned the other dog just continued talking on her phone. She was not shocked at all and didn’t ask if Caro was ok. She just walked away.
Police are looking for the owner of a Staffordshire Bull Terrier that attacked and killed a small dog in a London park. The Yorkshire Terrier, named 'Caro', was bitten on the neck, shaken in the air and left motionless on the ground.
Two people who were jogging nearby rushed to help the injured dog and its owner, but Caro died almost immediately. The owner of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and her dog, which is described as ginger/tan in colour, left the scene on Tooting Bec Common.
The attack happened at around 8:30am on Tuesday, 6 May. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Met's Safer Parks Team on 07795 637356
A paranoid schizophrenic who escaped from a hospital in Tooting has been found. Mark Ricketts went missing from Springfield Hospital on Saturday night.
Mark Ricketts was found by police on a bus in Lewisham early this morning. In 1993, Ricketts stabbed a stranger at a Tube station 20 times with a kitchen knife. His victim survived because the knife bent during the attack.
- Mark Ricketts is described as black, 6 foot 2 inches and of large build
- At the time he went missing he was wearing a blue tracksuit top and bottoms and black trainers
- The public is advised not to approach him but call 999 immediately
A paranoid schizophrenic, with a history of violence, has escaped again from a hospital in Tooting. Mark Ricketts went missing from Springfield Hospital on Saturday night.
In 1993, Ricketts stabbed a stranger at a Tube station 20 times with a kitchen knife. His victim survived because the knife bent during the attack. It's the second time he has escaped. Ten years ago Ricketts vanished from Springfield Hospital while on a day visit from Broadmoor in Berkshire.
Police are searching for a teenager missing from south London. 17-year-old Monica Saini Singh may have travelled to Peterborough or Birmingham with her boyfriend.
Monica was last seen on Wednesday, 12 February as she travelled from Sutton to Tooting. She is 5ft 2ins tall, of slim build with very long brown hair.
Anyone with information can call police on 101.